Due to the change in directory structure from ver 1.1, you have to create the directory like

/path/to/sstables/<Keyspace name>/<ColumnFamily name>

and put your sstables.

In your case, I think it would be "/data/ssTable/tpch/tpch/cf0".
And you have to specify that directory as a parameter for sstableloader

bin/sstableloader -d 192.168.100.1 /data/ssTable/tpch/tpch/cf0

Yuki

On Tuesday, June 26, 2012 at 7:07 PM, James Pirz wrote:

Dear all,

I am trying to use "sstableloader" in cassandra 1.1.1, to bulk load some data into a single node cluster.
I am running the following command:

bin/sstableloader -d 192.168.100.1 /data/ssTable/tpch/tpch/

from "another" node (other than the node on which cassandra is running), while the data should be loaded into a keyspace named "tpch". I made sure that the 2nd node, from which I run sstableloader, have the same copy of cassandra.yaml as the destination node.
I have put

tpch-cf0-hd-1-Data.db
tpch-cf0-hd-1-Index.db

under the path, I have passed to sstableloader.

But I am getting the following error:

Could not retrieve endpoint ranges:

Any hint ?

Thanks in advance,

James